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New phone, hu dis?

As if dating IRL was not challenging enough, we are now living in the times of a new relationship syntax. Some dating experiences can leave you baffled – not sure whether you’d want to have dealt with a good old break-up, or be ghosted – without

The App-rehensions of Dating

By Roopank Chaudhary There is a term that is doing the rounds these days – digital detox – to lure us from the online world of data, to a healthier, natural and easier life. I think we are not far off from the day when we will actively discuss

LUCK BY CHANCE: From San Diego to Washington DC

Matchmakers are not Gods. We can only orchestrate. And when two people are in sync and ‘in tune’, we can celebrate – not ourselves – but the opportunity to change their lives in a happier way. We started 2019 on a high note. While we’ll keep

A TALE OF TWO CITIES

First things first: finding love is tough. To find someone who gets you, adds value to your existence and someone you want to wake up next to for the rest of your life. Add to this the distance of a thousand miles. For a fraction of a second, you realise

WHY WE NEED SECOND CHANCES

I don’t remember falling in love with my now-husband on our first date. Nor did I feel some cosmic, high-intensity attraction that made me go weak in the knees. For one, he was different. And when I say different, I mean outside of my peripheral

TEN questions to win that First Date

By Team Sirf Coffee Meeting a stranger on a first date can evoke many emotions – excitement, anticipation and sometimes, even stress. Right from what you’re going to wear and what you should order (and everything in between), there’s just so

SINBAD, THE SOLO SAILOR

By Roopank Chaudhary I like being alone. Well, almost. I’m used to it. I love travelling. It’s something I live for and earn for. But I hate travelling alone. Yes, as complicated as that sounds, that’s the case. I often hear my (mostly

TAKING THE PLUNGE (and life after…)

It has been 29 months (2 years and 6 months) since I got married. Some might think it’s been forever and some might say I’m a newbie, and I am happy to wear both caps. Because there isn’t a single day when I feel like I’m learning something new

IN CONVERSATION: Anisha Pandya, Transformation Coach

Somewhere in between our quarter-life and mid-life crisis, a lot of us seem to go through a little something that I’d like to call the what-the-hell-is-going-on crisis. A time when you are trying to sort through your priorities: matters tending to your

HOW I FOUND LOVE

They say that in order to seek true, honest love, you need to learn to feel that way about yourself first. It seems easier said that done, but really is a powerful tool that goes a long way. So here’s the gentle, poignant truth: you attract what you

Living it Up: BANGALORE

From Indiranagar to Koramangala, this green city is brimming with trendy watering holes, cafes, microbreweries and rooftop bars. Don’t let the 11:00 PM deadline dampen your spirits – especially with the city’s gorgeous, breezy weather that works

New York, New York

Its 24-hour pulse. Buzzing, people-filled streets. Underground hip bars. A cloud-piercing skyline. Cronuts. The city of Opportunity. We could go on and on, because there’s nothing to not to love. There’s much room for warmth in this concrete jungle

Delhi Heights

Over the last decade, the Capital has seen a much-needed overhaul of its nightlife. Sure, you’ll still be invited to private farmhouse parties once the city temperatures drop, but now you can karaoke your heart out, explore new wine bars or chill at

In Your City!

This month, we checked in with the cool cats in each city around the world to give us the lowdown on their favourite date spots. Be it quaint cafes, buzzing restaurants, speakeasy bars or fancy rooftops – our list relies on room for conversation,

The Paradox of Choice

This month, our guest blogger Roopank Chaudhary, discusses why plenty of fish in the sea isn't always a good thing – especially when it comes to romance. When I moved to Bombay in 2008, meeting single people, even in this maximum city, was a fairly

ROMANCE FOR THE SOUL

This month, our guest blogger is none other than a member of Sirf Coffee. Here’s his throwback to the rules of dating – old school style – and pearls of wisdom Last night, I was watching a scene in a movie that made my mind race. The scene was

Going The Extra Mile(s)

A Dummy’s Guide On How To Work A Long Distance Relationship “Just relax. He’s young, charming and enjoys his beer as much as you do,” said my friend, Neha, as we entered a buzzing bar in Bombay. I was being set up with her cousin who was visiting

HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER

It could be anything from weird, funny, sweet, embarrassing or memorable (for good and bad reasons, of course). We're talking about the first date. If you think you like the person sitting across the table, navigating smoothly through this zone is

“What Do I Wear?”

Your Style Guide to the First Date A Christmas Special There’s something about December. Nippy evenings. Twinkling fairy lights. Warm, mulled wine. Secret Santa. Terrace parties. Hey, even a gift-wrapped hair trimmer from your boss gives you

I'm Single and I Know It
I’m Single and I Know It

This Valentine’s Day, Sirf Coffee shares five brutally honest dating mistakes, heart-to-heart #5 Stop Shopping Don't meet so many people back-to-back that you feel like you're sifting through an Amazon sale. Everyone is different. Make a sincere

Love in the Time of Smartphones
Love in the Time of Smartphones

This month, Staff Blogger NAINA HIRANANDANI describes how we’re interacting and dating in the digital age. “He asked me out!” she squealed on the phone. “Did he now?” I droned in nonchalance. You see this courageous man in question had met

A New Year, An all new Sirf Coffee

It's been a while since I first thought about creating Sirf Coffee exactly six years ago. Since then we've been so busy catering to an overwhelming demand for our service, we haven't really had an opportunity to reflect on ourselves as a firm, our scope,